With this bookbound case, you can go frameless around the house, at the beach - anywhere you want to go. Thanks to 3M technology, your Nexus 7™ will stay secure and protected in the case while still allowing a gentle breeze to caress its bare shoulders.
Fits 2013 Nexus 7. Email us for the original Nexus 7.
Each one is hand crafted right here, in our own shop in St. Louis, MO U.S.A. by our skilled artists.Device not included.
Posted by Pleased Customer on Wed July 9th 2014
I really like this case. At first I was a little underwhelmed, but the simplicity of the case soon really started to shine. It's a very handsome and well crafted case. Substantially more protective than I thought it would be. I have the magnagrip version and it works perfectly for keeping the cover closed. The only downside I can find with this case is that the magnagrip also very stubbornly keeps the case open when you fold the cover all the way around to the back. When the magnet locks in this position, it's fairly difficult to break it loose to close the cover.
Posted by Red on Sat June 28th 2014
Yes! Covering my Nexus 7 for nearly two years now, the Portenzo Hardback case is doing a great job keeping the device safe from miscellaneous drops and quite rough everyday in- and outdoor usage. It naturally shows some signs of wear, but I never though it would last that long! While being so surprisingly protective, it still keeps that book-like feeling.
Posted by Unknown on Wed June 4th 2014
It looks like a book. It holds the Nexus 7 very well. Just wish it had an inside pocket for business cards, receipts, etc.
Posted by Joe Lamontagne,Jr on Mon May 12th 2014
A tablet or phone is a personal object for a lot of people, but for someone not comfortable with technology or someone who works with computers all day a hand-held computer is just another cold piece of equipment. I like the Portenzo cover because it gives a bit of weight and the feel of a treasured personal object to a tablet. With the heft and feel of a book, my tablet (ok, it was a gift for my mom and now I want one) engages the senses the way a simple screen just can't. The people at Portenzo came up with a great idea and they execute it beautifully. and I would like a leather one.